Full Service Hotel Year Built 1964 Year Remodeled 2008 Additional Property Description Stay at Chickashas only Full Service hotel and enjoy a host of convenient amenities while traveling in Oklahoma. The Best Western Chickasha is conveniently located 45 minutes South of Oklahoma City off Interstate 44. Hotel guests will have easy access to the Chickasha Sports Complex and antique car swap meets as well as nearby Lake Chickasha recently named fishermans paradise by Bass Angler magazine. This Chickasha hotel offers a choice of room styles including suites with separate living areas. Each beautifully decorated room features free Country Breakfast Buffet Free high speed internet cable television with HBO, microwave and refrigerator. Other amenities include complimentary bottled water cocktail lounge full service restaurant an exercise facility indoor heated swimming pool and hot tub. Our friendly staff is available 24 hrs a day and is ready to ensure you a comfortable and memorable stay. Call the hotel direct or make your reservation online today and save at this Best Western Chickasha Hotel.
29th Street Dental Care, led by Dr. John Phillips, isn't your grandfather's dental practice. Whereas traditional practices emphasize preventative care and maintenance, 29th Street focuses on cosmetic dentistry, helping patients achieve beautiful smiles with full-mouth transformations.
In a video summary of the practice’s cosmetic services, Dr. Phillips lauds the benefits of even the simplest treatment—tooth-whitening. “You can take someone in two hours 10 to 12 shades whiter, and it’s absolutely unbelievable,” he says, adding, “When you’re done, you walk out of here with a beautiful, bright smile you’ve always dreamed of.” The second statement applies to various other services, including dental implants and orthodontics. Because beauty goes beyond the quality of a person’s smile, Dr. Phillips also plumps up wrinkles with dermal fillers and clips on diamond-encrusted dental bibs before administering treatments.
Prolific course architect Rocky Roquemore preserved the natural beauty of the land by sculpting tree-hemmed fairways that incorporate 14 ponds. Deer and wild turkey occasionally dart across the zoysia fairways, casually stopping to lay down their beach towels in one of the course's 100-plus sand traps. After conquering the water-guarded green of the 11th hole and carrying the ball past the water-flanked fairway of the 18th, golfers can relax by slicing into steak and seafood at the clubhouse restaurant. The lounge on the recently renovated clubhouse porch offers views of the course and adventurous players strapping on snorkeling masks to retrieve balls in the course’s waterways.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Length of 7,063 yards * Course rating of 73.8 * Slope rating of 127 * See individual hole details and the course layout.
Eleven 6-ounce patties stack atop one another, creating a massive tower of meat that scares away most stomachs, but not all. Paw Paws Hamburgers, a third-generation-owned business, welcomes patrons to dive into the behemoth burger-eating competition. It is a feat most have tackled without success, but not without the pleasure of delicious food. The eatery has been selling old-fashioned burgers dressed in mustard, pickles, tomatoes, and a top hat since 1968. Additionally, the chefs tuck grilled chicken into sandwiches and toss liver and onions onto plates with fresh-cut fries.
In 2003, licensed pilot Mitchell Williams founded Chickasha Wings, Inc. as a way to provide airplane rentals and flight instruction. Today, he heads a staff that includes full-time and part-time instructors, and together, they offer a multitude of training opportunities. They take to the air aboard a fleet that features more than five aircraft, and on the ground, they help students earn certificates and instrument-training credit using the facility's advanced simulator.